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A Toronto man, sought for murder in Central America, was nabbed along with a woman during a drug bust in Sudbury on Friday.
Greater Sudbury Police say it turns out the accused man is wanted for armed robbery by Toronto cops and has been sought by homicide investigators in Belize for nearly two years.
Officers executed a search warrant at a residence on Kelvin Street, Drug Squad Det. Sgt. James Killeen of Greater Sudbury Police said in a statement released Saturday, explaining a man and a woman from Toronto were arrested.
During the raid, he alleges officers seized 384.45 grams of cocaine and 10.46 grams of heroin, which is heroin mixed with the extremely potent opioid fentanyl, with a total street value of about $45,000.
Cops also seized $25,000 in cash along with other evidence, including digital scales, detailed debt lists and a money counting machine.
The Toronto Police Service also wants him for robbery (in which a firearm was used), extortion, use of a firearm during the commission of an Indictable offence and theft under $5,000.
Once the male suspect answers to his charges in Sudbury, he will be transported to Toronto, police here said.
(Police Service) will then commence the extradition process with Belize regarding the outstanding 1st degree murder charge. check on the male party arrested revealed he is currently wanted on 1st degree murder charges in the country of
Belize from May 2016, police said.
Killeen did not release the accused man name or details of the killing he is sought for, or the name of the female suspect.
However, sources confirmed to Postmedia a man named Jordan Bacchus, 28, has been sought by Toronto Police for robbery and extortion since February 2017.
Bacchus is also wanted by investigators in Belize for the brutal killing of Melvin Almendarez in May 2016.
The San Pedro Sun has reported the 31 year old local athlete was shot to death and then run over by a golf cart.
Bacchus was taken into custody at the time on drug charges but was released 48 hours later.
A week later investigators issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with the murder but by then it believed Bacchus had fled the country and returned to Canada even though he had surrendered his passport to police.
were able to find clothing with blood at his residence; his golf cart had blood underneath as well, Henry Jemmott, deputy officer in charge of the San Pedro Police Sub Formation, previously alleged to the San Pedro Sun.